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Moving around in Tunisia - transportation

The transport infrastructure in Tunisia is quite well developed. The most popular form of public transportation is buses. Depending on the carrier’s company, the technical condition of the automobiles also varies. However, every tourist is generally guaranteed a safe and relatively comfortable travel on this type of transport. Also, within the cities, there are particular types of minibuses that stand out among all the others with regards to their color (white with a red horizontal stripe). They are known to commute passengers much faster than regular buses, and their ticket price is also cheaper. It should be noted that in the major cities of Tunisia there is the so-called TGM transport. In fact, it is a regular European tram. The local government regularly allocates money for the purchase of new trams and as a result, moving around the city using this kind of transport is quite comfortable. … Open

Economy roadmap of Tunisia

Today in Tunisia, most of the output from oil production is exported, which makes it possible to fully improve the country’s foreign reserve. In addition, large foreign exchange earnings also come from the export of the national fruit finik and olive oil. Over the past two decades, Tunisia’s industry has been developing at an incredibly high pace. This also contributed to the influx of foreign capital. Such investments consequently made it possible to open up new industrial facilities and provide employment for the majority of the able-bodied population. The main branch of the economy is the mining industry. In addition to energy resources, phosphorite is also produced here. They are also actively exported. Lead and zinc were first mined in Tunisia about a hundred years ago. Despite the fact that the deposits of these ores, as well as other non-ferrous metals, are depleted, extraction activities are still ongoing. … Open
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Hoteliers uncovered the most unusual requests of guests in 2020

Guests who chose one of the Bonnybridge hotels turned to the hotel staff with a very original request. They asked to tell them about the places in the city and suburban areas where UFOs are most often observed. One of the guests asked for additional lamps to be brought to his room to entertain himself on a long winter evening. According to the comments of the guest himself, with their help he wanted to arrange the northern lights. Read this

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Travel guide to Tunis

For lovers of picturesque corners we can recommend Belvedere Park, one of the most beautiful and largest in the city. Rare species of pine trees, palm, olive, and fig trees grow here. The park is located on the hillside. If you reach its top, you'll enjoy a wonderful panorama of the city. A small zoo operates here, as well as the Museum of Modern Art with a collection of Tunisian artwork. Not far from the … Open

Tunis sightseeing

In addition to magnificent monuments of the past we simply can’t fail to mention beautiful markets of Tunisia. Here you will find all kinds of products, but seafood and sweets remain the leaders among sales, as well as flavorful and unique tea. Many art connoisseurs call Bardo Museum the real treasure. This facility is opened at Dar Hussein Palace. The collection of Roman mosaics, which is exhibited in the … Open

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